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You Can Now Seek Medical Consultation Online Using Malaysia's First Telehealth Platform

And we'll teach you how to use it!


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You Can Now Seek Medical Consultation Online Using Malaysia's First Telehealth Platform
Have you ever been bothered by a health problem but you’re too shy (or lazy) to go to the clinic or hospital to seek consultation, and you just don’t trust Google?
 
Or maybe, you’re just too sick to even get up and drive yourself to the nearest clinic and there’s no one else around to help you?
 
DoctorOnCall may be the best solution for you.
 
As the name suggests, DoctorOnCall is Malaysia’s first online telehealth platform that allows patients to connect to a network of doctors and medical practitioners in the country with just a few clicks of the mouse.
 
Patients can access non-emergency medical assistance via video or audio calls at any place and time, even from the comfort of their own home.
 
And the best part is, there’s minimal waiting time! Unlike the long queues you may face at clinics and hospitals, you only need to wait for about five to seven minutes until a doctor attends to you.
 
“Within the seclusion of their home, patients can raise concerns about tight-lipped subjects such as sexual health, menstrual disorders, erectile dysfunction, sexually-transmitted diseases (STD) and HIV,” the company said in a statement.
 

How does it work?

1. Create an account or log in to the website

 

2. Choose or fill in your condition and symptoms

 



Some of the most common conditions sought out by patients here:


 

3. Connect with a doctor

 


You can choose to speak to a registered practitioner via video, audio call or chat.
 

4. Medication

 

Your prescribed medication will be delivered to your doorstep.
 
You'll also be charged a standard fee of RM20 for consultation at the end.
 
Isn’t that easy?
 
So head over to DoctorOnCall.com.my now if you have a medical concern that you’ve been dying to find out (pun unintended, of course).

DoctorOnCall operates from 8.30am to 8.30pm every Monday to Friday, and 8.30am to 12.30pm on Saturdays.

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